Adele takes home top prizes at the 2017 Grammy Awards
Feb 15 2017 by Francis Osborne
On Sunday the Grammy Awards dominated TV screens across the world with a politically charged performance by A Tribe Called Quest and some recording-breaking wins.
His post was supported by Annie Clarke, otherwise known as St Vincent, while Beyoncé's sister and fellow Grammy award victor Solange Knowles also voiced her frustration in a number of tweets that have since been deleted. It was so monumental and so well thought out, and so attractive and soul-bearing.
"I can't do it again like past year", she said. I don't love my dad, that's the thing, so that doesn't mean a lot.
The 28-year-old star performed a cover of George Michael's Fastlove, but was forced to stop and restart.
"And if you're up for a discussion about the cultural bias and general nerve damage the show you produce suffers from then I'm all for it".
We're leaning toward the former explanation, but with someone as famously secretive and guarded as her, you never know. After all, Adele and Beyoncé had both been nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Album of the Year - and Adele swept all three categories. Adele was referring to her 2016 Grammys mishap when she said she couldn't do it like "last year".
In response, Knowles tweeted out a link to Frank Ocean's Tumblr post that accused the Grammys of "cultural bias" when Taylor Swift beat Kendrick Lamar for Album of the Year in 2014.
"All of us artists f**king adore you", she went on.
"Thank you to my manager because the comeback, as it were, was completely masterminded by him". I thank God for my family, my wonderful husband, my handsome daughter, my fans for bringing me so much happiness and support.